Activities in this unit reveal how eyewitness testimony is subject to unconscious memory distortions and biases even among the most confident of witnesses. … More
Students learn that what they view as “real” is but one version of reality, which can vary radically from the experience of other people.
A sample of research exploring the time course of memory processes, young children’s judgment of free-riders, and links between economic downturns and race-related attitudes… More
A sample of research exploring individual differences in learning efficiency, cognitive prerequisites for early arithmetic, and gender differences in subjective well-being… More
47 percent: That’s the proportion of people who have a first memory that’s actually fictional, according to a new study… More
What is your first memory? A vivid scene may come to mind, seen from toddler eyes. Unfortunately, that scene may… More